Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Festus - South St. Louis
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... King at the City Museum. Thank you Adam for driving 3 hours each way so Calder and Luke could have a great day together! All the boys had fun in this incredible, crazy, indescribable place full of giant slides, architectural treasures and man made caves. The girls spent the morning on a driving tour of Bellefontaine Cemetary, searching for statues of angels and finding tombs of important St Lou's including Wiliam Clark (of ...
... week pushing et around in her wheelchair but it was a good work out! We have 3 weeks left of camp after this one, then I can start my travels around the states. A load of the counsellors here are going to Chicago then on to Vegas. Flights and some accommodation have been booked, so ...
... meet and
greet. It was well lit, cold, and the
jukebox was a little calmer. Here, the
server came to our table with a menu. A
menu? What’s a menu? She served us cold
beers as 7 TVs played different sporting events. Mike called Leslie and she soon joined us and
helped us load the bikes and put an end to our adventure.
did I learn? A few things. First…dive bars are real Americana. Hot dogs, apple ...
... for the month. I have a vague idea of what we will be doing in the weeks to come: participating in traditional activies of a Public Health Brigade, designing and implementing new initiatives to benefit the communities we will be working in, assessing and evaluating existing projects, and brainstorming new ideas to reinforce the sustainability and impact of the Public Health Program. That being said, I am a pre-med student so the field of ...
... the museum since we all had to go through metal detectors. Once we got in, we went to the ticket line to get our tram tickets to the top of the Arch. While I was at it, I also booked us a short Riverboat Cruise. We walked around the Jefferson National Expansion Museum while we waited for our time to go up and I thought that was awesome. It gave a detailed timeline of Lewis & Clark’s expedition with life size "time period" displays. Finally ...